Growing a third set of molars during your late teens or early twenties is completely normal. When properly aligned, they can be left alone. However, wisdom teeth grow impacted or at odd angles, more often than not, because they struggle to properly break through the gums. When this happens, removal becomes necessary.
There are common signs that will let you know if removing your wisdom teeth would the better option. It’s better to tell your dentist about these or wait for the problem to escalate.
TEETH BECOME CROOKED
Wisdom teeth that begin to move can cause other teeth to shift in the mouth, and should be removed by dentists. The wisdom teeth can cause crowding and can reduce the appearance of the alignment of your teeth. Crowded teeth can become more severe over time and can be costly to fix with braces that may be needed if the wisdom teeth are never removed. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2vDV4pC